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PBS
Feb 19, 2010 9:30pm EST
gwen: is washington broken and if it is, who's supposed to fix it? how an indiana senator shook up the capital. what it means for democrats, republicans and for you. tonight on "washington week." >> we've got a lot of good people in congress. put they're trapped in a dysfunctional system. gwen: if congress is indeed dysfunctional, is the answer to flee? >> i will not seek a 10th term in the united states congress this november. >> my life is taking a new direction. and i will not be a candidate for re-election this year. gwen: with the white house agenda on the ropes, the president searches for the bright side. >> one year later, it is largely thanks to the recovery act a second depression is no longer a possibility. gwen: but has the opposition finally found its voice? >> the gold medal that was won last night by american lindsey vonn has been stripped. yeah, it was determined that president obama has been going downhell faster than she has. gwen: as democrats and republicans retreat to their corners, is the middle ground forever lost? covering the week, gloria borger of cnn. alex
NBC
Feb 8, 2010 5:00am EST
dulles and bwi. ronald reagan washington national airport is expected to restore some flights by later today. >>> meteorologist tom kierein is in the studio with a look at today's forecast. >> a double whammy for 2010. another storm gathering strength in the central plains coming our way. not as much snow as the big blizzard on saturday but enough to complicate our clean up efforts. the radar is showing the leading edge of this next storm is in missouri, illinois, arkansas, tennessee and the leading edge of that into western kentucky. that's going to take a while to get here. by noon time tomorrow we'll likely have that snow arriving here. now the temperatures around the region this morning are frigid. everything is frozen solid. just 22 now in washington. it's 20 degrees in prince george's county. montgomery, arlington, fairfax counties now down into the teens. some locations across north central virginia in the single digits this morning. we have a clear sky here now. well, for tuesday into wednesday we have this winter storm watch in effect and i wouldn't be surprised if they
PBS
Feb 26, 2010 12:00pm EST
miami, new york and washington. earlier today president obama held a bipartisan health care summit with top congressional leaders in washington. the seven hour meeting designed to reach a legislative compromise comes at a critical point for the president's top domestic priority. polls show eroding support for pending reform proposals and supported waivering among democrats in congress. the partisan divide on this issue is apparent today in exchanges between lawmakers. >> we don't think all the answers lie in washington regulating all of this. so the problem with the approach we're seeing that you're offering which i do believe, senator, is very different than what we're saying, is we don't want to have to sit in washington and mandate all of these things so what you are-- is you are defining exactly what kind of health insurance people can have. you're mandating them to buy the kind of health insurance. >> people are angry. we promised them change in washington. and what we got was a process that you and i both said we would change in washington. >> let me just make this point john. bec
PBS
Feb 9, 2010 11:00pm EST
washington to change the energy policy, change health care, change educion, a lot of stuff like that. if health care fails-- which i think it will-- that option, which was really his offering, that's gone. so what is the sentence he is remembered? and if it's not going to be that then what is his presidency about? and i don't think he's made that transition to a post-health care world. i really liken it to the end of the cold war. but to me the options are these: he has always had even from the start of his campaign, two sides to him. there was the policy side on the campaign which was pretty conventionally democrat. but there was also the promise, which was post-partisan change the way washington works. and if he's not going to become the second new deal or the second great society with his democratic policies, then he's got to go back to the other side of him. which is changing washington. >> rose: is this as simple as running against washington, which a lot of people do to get elected and then they become consumed by what washington is. >> well, it wouldn't hurt, to be honest. to do i
ABC
Feb 9, 2010 5:00am EST
storm, as well as road conditions and updates from the airport. "good morning washington" begins now. >> live in hd, this is "good morning washington" on your side. >> i am doug mckelway. >> i am alison starling. a winter storm warning is in effect today. we will have more on this in a moment. first, we want to talk about the latest school closings. >> washington schools are closed today, the government is open but the formal government is close. >> this is st. mary, and london, -- >> and garrett counties closed. falls church, fairfax. >> spottsylvania, madison, page. >> mannassas city and park, frederick, closed. >> rappahannock schools are closed. berkley in west virginia,lso closed. this is unprecedented. i haveever seen anything like this. >> if we do get snowfall that is predicted -- this will be the snowiest winter on record. >> this is ever since the 1800's. we are going to break the record and then some. it is 5:01 and we're getting ready for another major winter system. we have a few systems going east, and this will bring a lot of snowfall. we are at 13 degrees, 10 degrees
PBS
Feb 5, 2010 8:00pm EST
the politics of terror. tonight on "washington week with gwen ifill." >> one of the lingering problems in our financial markets, however, is access to credit for small businesses. this is why in this budget -- >> no, no, no, you can't make that type of statement with any legitimacy. >> fireworks at a budget hearing? fresh signs of broad zpwrimets in washington over -- disagreements in washington over spending in debt. >> we can't continue to spend as it if they don't have consequences. gwen: the balance of power and politics. >> that's part of the problem, bipartisanship. it's always 60-40. >> over who gets to serve his or her country. >> i can't escape being troumed by the fact that we have in place a policy which forces young men and women to lie about who they are in order to defend their fellow citizens. gwen: and over who gets prosecuted for terrorism and how. >> i believe it is inappropriate to give the mastermind of 9/11 full constitutional rights of an american citizen. gwen: washington at war. we sort it through it all with the reporters for the week. jackie calmes of
CBS
Feb 13, 2010 7:30pm EST
captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 comments@captioncolorado.com >>> from washington, "the mclaughlin group," the american original. for over two decades, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. "the mclaughlin group" is brought to you by met life, guarantees for the "if" in life. ♪ [music] ♪ >>> >>> this is the key fact. we average 15 inches of snow per season. we're at 50. >> one word can describe the nation's capitol this week, paralysis. washington was smothered by two snowstorms that immobilized the district. all transportation dead. trains, subways, buses, airports, thousands of people without electricity. the city of washington is a tourist mecca, an international metropolis. it's the treasury of the nation's heritage. housing its original declaration of independence and its original constitution. and there's the national gallery, the corcoran gallery, the phillips collection, the portrait gallery, the museum of american art, the me seem of africa art and of course the multiple and preeminent smithsonian museum. among them, the her shock and nationa
ABC
Feb 11, 2010 6:00am EST
. "good morning washington" begins right now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. 6:00 on this thursday. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. great to have you join us on this thursday morning, the morning after the big blizzard in washington. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we have the all clear from brian van de graaff. >> our next chance of precipitation will not come for many days. it is cold outside and we do have a bit of a wind chill factor. it is 25 right now in brookeville but it feels like 13. it is 26 in leesburg but it feels like 15. temperatures will dip into the upper 20s this morning and finish off into the mid 30's. the wind chill will make it feel colder. we will repeat the process again tomorrow. >> i know you're anxious to get out. it has been several days. today is not the day to do with. we still have a snow-covered interstate on 270. 70 west is closed because of deep snow. we're taking you to spri
NBC
Feb 5, 2010 4:30am EST
the washington region in just a matter of hours. good morning, everyone, i'm eun yang. >>> good morning to you, i'm joe krebs. thanks for waking up with us. we have a number of closings and early dismissals in terms of the storm. the federal government will be operating under an unscheduled leave policy today with a four hour early dismissal in effect. d.c. public schools will close at noon today. >> in virginia many schools are closed today. they include alexandria city, arlington, fairfax, prince william and loudoun county schools. also closed today clark, culpeper, fauquier, frederick and king george county schools. >>> manassas city, mns park, orange county, rappahannock and spotsylvania and winchester county schools are closed. >> in maryland carroll county schools will close 2 hours and 45 minutes. >> we have not heard from prince george's or anne arundel. >> by the time children are coming home from school we could have three to five inches on the brown. between now and then we'll see big changes. there's a look at the radar. good morning, i'm meteorologist tom kierein. w
MSNBC
Feb 10, 2010 5:00pm EST
facts you may not have heard about already today. washington, d.c. enjoying the dubious distinction of its snowiest winter on record and we are not halfway through february. they will appreciate that achievement after the white stuff is long gone. one of the reasons things are tough, a quarter of the city's snowplows not functioning. talk about making a bad situation worse. in philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, not loving this. school is out, businesses are closed and still more to come. in new york the snow continues to come down, ramping up in time for the drive home this evening. the good news by tomorrow morning the sun will be shining. i am dylan ratigan. that does it for us. "hardball" is up right now. >>> snow 40, washington 0. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in snowy washington. leading off tonight, frozen stiff. we have snow in washington. what is missing from this picture is a snowplow. how come the country's capital can't clear its streets? is this giant snow a metaphor for a government frozen in its tracks. funny words from ben gellis w
PBS
Feb 13, 2010 6:30pm EST
gwen: democrats and republicans jockey for position in washington, while americans at home grow increasingly disenchanted with the spectacle. we look at the fallout, tonight on "washington week." >> i understand that mcconnell and reed are out doing snow angels on the south lawn together. >> well, not exactly. >> why are we going to talk about it? >> what we need to do is start over. >> bipartisanship remains elusive on the issues of the day, including how to fix health care and how to create jobs. >> we feel that the american people need a message. the message that they need is that we're doing something about jobs. >> but as americans clearly lose patience with their government, some are lining up to capitalize on that discontent. >> how's that cheesy stuff working out for ya? >> while discontent of another type. we look at the week with the reporters covering the stories. dan balls of "the washington post," naftali bendavid of the "wall street journal"journal," janet hook of "the los angeles times," and david sanger of "the new york times." >> live from our nation's capital,
NBC
Feb 10, 2010 5:00am EST
reagan, washington, dulles, bwi, marshall, have been canceled for the entire day today. >> let's look at what the storm is doing right now. meteorologist tom kierein is in the storm center tracking it all. >> it started with light snow yesterday afternoon and overnight last night. it changed to a brief period of sleet and freezing rain throughout much of the region. in the last several hours it's gone right back to snow. you can see looking at the radar over the last three hours, it has now filled in with snow across much of virginia and maryland and the district of columbia. local view of the radar over the last hour showing to snow coming in out of the south and southeast. the moisture coming in off the atlantic. that will feed more moisture into the storm and we'll see the snowfall rates increase. right now wherever you see the green, right now in montgomery county, they are getting an area of moderate to heavy snow right now in central montgomery county. that batch of green right there showing it's snowing pretty hard from near ulney through gaithersburg and rockville to poto
PBS
Feb 12, 2010 7:00pm EST
. thank you. >> lehrer: there was new evidence today of rising public anger at washington. it comes as the midterm election year begins in earnest. judy woodruff has the story. >> woodruff: the nation's capital was frozen in place for real this week after the second blizzard in only six days. but around the country, growing unhappiness with washington has been heating up for some time. it was illustrated this week in a raft of polls, from "the washington post" and abc news, and "the new york times" partnering with cbs news; and, most recently, today from the pew research center. it found approval ratings for president obama have steadied at 49% after falling for most of last year. ratings for his party kept sliding. just 48% of americans gave democrats a favorable rating, down 14 points from a year ago. but for the first time in years, republicans almost equaled the democrats, at 46% favorable, up six points from a year ago. the president has said people are frustrated at partisan gridlock, and his spokesman, robert gibbs, reinforced the point today. >> look, i can understand the frust
NBC
Feb 5, 2010 5:00am EST
amounts right around washington. we could have higher drifts around the bay and the eastern shore with winds gusting over 40 miles per hour there. so they could see three and fr foot drifts from this snow, but here the winds won't be quite as high here in washington and points west. but the total always of snow could be up to 30 inches in that zone around the high point, near the shenandoah lley along the blue ridge. well, the wind will diminish by saturday afternoon, snow will end by then. snow back sunday and monday and below freezing. how the traffic? >> not much of a rush hour this morning. we'll keep a close watch on it. don't be surprised if you find a lot of folks out and about, heading to grocery stores. in central, doing fine. maryland, i-270 from frederick headed on down to the split still very light volume of traffic and good road conditions right now. back to you. >> thanks. >> we have team coverage of the massive preparation for this winter storm. tracee wilkins is live at rampt where some people are getting out just in time and others will show upnly to be disappointed. l
NBC
Feb 26, 2010 5:00am EST
washington, montgomery county, gusts in the upper 30s. these powerful winds all coming out of the northwest have been causing scattered power outages, power lines down, tree limbs and all of that coming down. uprooted trees as well. temperatures are below freezing, 30 degrees. watch out for patchy ice from what melted yesterday, the wind chills are down in the teens this morning. the wind chill in washington 18 degrees. as the rest of the day progresses, we'll have a little sunshine in and out. can see a little bit of that moon off to the west. passing snow showers and flurries with blustery winds throughout the day, highs in the upper 30s. winds will diminish tonight. blustery tomorrow. highs in the mid-40s. ather turns more tranquil for sunday and monday. >>> a busy morning. we're following breaking news in montgomery county. overturned tractor-trailer. the accident occurred a little over an hour ago on 270 northbound just as you leave the outer loop of the capital beltway on the top side. again, on 270 above the beltway. right now the exit from the outer loop of the beltway to go northbo
MSNBC
Feb 6, 2010 8:00am EST
blizzard warnings currently in effect for washington, d.c., parts of new jersey and delaware. some areas west of the chesapeake bay as well. airlines cancelled flights. amtrak suspended some services. even churches have called off weekend worship as officials advise people to just stay home. >>> tens of thousands in the region without power now. nearly 22,000 people are without electricity this morning in maryland. scattered outages reported in d.c., west virginia and pennsylvania. meantime, we are seeing hundreds of accidents out there on the roads, and at least two deaths have been reported in virginia. and at the white house it is a storm that even has the respect of president obama who in the past chided washington for its lack of winter toughness. happened about a year ago this time. at the white house for us, i think the president is taking a different tune today, singing a different tune. >> reporter: i guess she. we're getting socked around here. a wet, slushy kind of snow. that's why you're seeing a lot of power outage. eve ain cross the street in lafayette park. the weigh
Univision
Feb 11, 2010 6:00pm EST
tormenta que batio records en washington y ltimore, esta era la escena mas comun en muchos vecindarios, una pala y mucha nieve y hielo. este subcontratista solo ha podido trabajar un dia esta semana. "hoy no puedo salir a trabajar porque me demoro demasiado tiempo en limpiar y sacar el vehiculo. quizas hasta manana." los 3 aeropuertos del area de washington y baltimore reabrieron este jueves sus operaciones. aunque muchos vuelos estaban retrasados o cancelados. "bastante mal porque esta supuesto de salir ahora a las siente de la manana." con el gobierno federal cerrado por cuarto dia consecutivo, y sin muchos medios de transporte. esta familia aprovechaba de despejar la nieve frente a su hogar. "forzosamente hay que limpiar y es toda la semana que hemos estado limpiando, obviamente que ayer hemos estado limpiando para evitar que se haga la acumulacion. es mas dificil cuando se ha solidificado la nieve o el hielo por abajo limpiar." muchos hogares mostraban senales de la cantidad de nieve caida en los ultimos dias, y a veces
MSNBC
Feb 3, 2010 6:00pm EST
would have being moved. and i don't know what they are doing in washington. i don't know what they are doing in the house and the senate. there's this proposal and bill and committee here and there. but i know what is happeningç here. but there aren't any house members here and senate members here. and i can tell you one piece of information here in the state of connecticut where the house and the senate passed universal health care for every citizen in connecticut and the governor vetoed it. the public option in this state overwhelmingly pulls way. but in washington, joe lieberman, not only is he not here tonight, but he's against the public option in the private sector. so as a broadcaster, i'm confused. i don't understand the disconnect. but i did understand that lady today when she looked at me in the eye and said, i just want to thank you and msnbc for being here. because if i didn't get this lump in my neck checked out, i don't know what would have happened. now, americans, we can give all of the analysis in the world about what happened in massachusetts ilt tell you what i
ABC
Feb 1, 2010 5:00am EST
. "good morning washington" begins right now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning. it is shaping up to be a busy monday. let's get right to the latest closings and delays. >>> your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. lisa baden has the latest on the roads. it is so cold. a tough morning to get out of bed. >> we have a light breezes and clear skies. temperatures can drop like rock. look at bristow. 1. that is the actual air temperature. 3 and culpeper. 12 in rockville. 27 in annapolis. it is warm or along the river. -- is warmer along the river. plenty of sunshine. our highs, only in the mid 30's as you can see. plenty of sunshine. it will be a chilly day. some light snow is possible to more night. another assistant friday into saturday. >> use your head. you will be just fine. we do not have any issues as far as interstate travel. travel times are in our favor along 270. we're good
ABC
Feb 4, 2010 6:00am EST
hours. "good morning washington" continues right now. -- the popular panda ships out. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm julie parker. >> and i am alison starling. thank you for joining us. we do have a few school delay is to pass along this morning. >>> so, brian, we have to check in on the latest of the storm. >> people are talking about this because it does look like a doozy. its a major storm. it could rival that one we had on december 19. we will have sunshine this afternoon. it will be aretty nice day. do your perhaps ahead of the storm. look at the big picture. it is gaining strength and moving eastward. it will be approaching us by tomorrow. it is chilly, 30's. not too extreme. we will call for a loss of sunshine and low 40's. not a bad-looking day. the storm watch goes into effect tomorrow morning and last through saturday night. let's talk to lisa baden. >> eastbound 66, there was a stalled car prior to the beltway but it is gone. they have turn
CSPAN
Feb 13, 2010 3:00pm EST
washington. it's one heck of a sports town. so yeah, those are things that are inextricably tied to who i am. does it affect what i do? probably. but hopefully affects it for the better. >> reporter: with the possible lockout on the horizon demorris smith has made it a priority to visit each team to help them understand the process. >> this was in one of the file drawers in our office and it slowly but surely i'm going through every drawer, every cabinet. >> reporter: why? >> a great deal of our history on what we have done internally to be a stronger union is there. the one thing i'm blessed about is gene was an incredible note taker. here on the back he'd clearly written out in longhand a speech that i don't know whether he gave or was going to give, but the most interesting part at the bottom is you see it in quotes, the nfl has always been willing to take a short loss for a long term gain. >> reporter: in the midst of negotiations or perhaps because of them d. and the union have made national headlines on a regular basis. >> as executive director, my no. 1 priority is to protect those
ABC
Feb 19, 2010 6:00am EST
attack on an irs building in texas. "good morning washington" continues right now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. it is 6:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning, everybody. we will have complete details of the possibility of a new storm. but first, we sll have closings and delays from the first round. we will start in maryland. >>> your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. lisa baden is standing by. we have several major issues on the highways. but we start with brian. what can we expect on monday? >> it is still far out. linda small indications lead us to believe it could be a rain event. we have been talking about issues on the roads. we hit the 40's yesterday. we have the melts. you could not sue the recycling bins all week. now they are starting to appear. -- you could not see the recycling bins. >> the snow melted. >> it has spent a lot of spin out and people are rolling over. a lot of ice-related accidents. we ta
ABC
Feb 5, 2010 5:00am EST
captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm julie parker. >> and i am alison starling. we have a lot of information. a winter storm warning goes into effect in a few hours. some schools are announcing either early dismissal or closures. let's go right to the list. >>> of the snow has not yet started but we are anticipated such heavy amounts that they have decided to make that call. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. what is the latest? >> we continue to watch this major storm. it looks like we will see quite a bit of snow. it is lifting into the metro area by midday. you can see the snow over southwestern virginia. it will take some time before it works its way in here. there is a lot of energy. it will wall. 's with snow -- it will wallop us with snow. we're all under the same advisory. temperatures are above freezing in some places. they may rise a little bit. the snow will start to fall around midday. as it continues to come down, it will start to stick. we do anticipa
NBC
Feb 9, 2010 5:00pm EST
period of snow, sleet, andng beginning just about now, as a matter of fact, en in washington and especially the southern suburbs. then after we get to about midnight, it changes back to snow. even you folks into southern maryland, there will be a period of sleet and freezing rain on top of the snow that we have. then moderate to heavy snow tomorrow morning. very likely to be six inches of snow on the ground for the immediate washington area. six to as much as 15 inches of snow and unfortunately for folks who live to the north, that is northern parts of montgomery county, frederick county, maryland, and especially spots like howard county upo baltimore. there is the possibility again of 20 inches of snow or more. what that means is even with the freezing rain and sleet and then the snow, another 5,000 pounds of snow and stuff on top of the -- everybody's roof. with the strong winds tomorrow afternoon, unfortunately i'm afraid there are going to be once again widespread power outages. another very, very nasty storm. even though this one is a little bit different. it is trickier bec
NBC
Feb 14, 2010 10:00am EST
. katty kay covers washington for the british broadcasting corporation. bob woodward is an editor for the "washington post." gloria borger works for cnn and john heilemann works for "new york magazine." first up, what an amazing snow week we have had here in washington. it's been a week of gridlock on the streets and in congress was simply shut down. it's reminiscent of 1995 when there was als a blizzard and political gridlock during that government shutdown. president clinton was frustrated that newt gingrich's forces wouldn't consider compromise. >> i think it's important that all of you understand here, you got a group of people in my judgment that do not represent the majority in the house of representatives and not the majority of opinion of republicans in america who are prepared to shut the entire government down unless we agree with their priorities. that's what's going on. chris: president obama has that same frustration. republicans unwilling to compromise. >> bipartisanship cannot mean simply that democrats give u everything that they believe in, find a handful of things th
ABC
Feb 8, 2010 6:00am EST
national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. it is 6:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. great to have you join us on this monday. let's check the latest school closings today. there are a lot of them. >>> brian raised the prospect of a whole week without school. we have another storm coming down the pike. >> we are barely getting shovelled out right now. it is not going to be until monday or tuesday before there is the first pass for some roadways. we have possibly three to six inches, possibly higher amounts. 13 pin walkersville. damascus at 14. we are in storm watch. it goes into effect tomorrow and runs through wednesday afternoon. mainly snow. the forecast for today, lots of sunshine. get out there and did everything cleared away in preparation for the next one. we will have details in about 10 minutes. >> my neighbor has a bucket loader and if not for him, i would not be here at all. thank you very much to you. bobbie and dana. " we have coming out of most neighbo
ABC
Feb 15, 2010 5:00am EST
-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good monday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. great to have you join us on this first day of the workweek as we get ready for another snowstorm. some local schools are deciding to take another day off. >> here is a list of school closings. fairfax can schools have decided to be closed. teachers are expected to report to work in fairfax. other schools are shut down because of t presidents' day holiday. school closures are scrolling across the top of your screen. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. let's start with brian. >> this is bill little teeny clipper swinging through. it is a classic system. let's take a look at the storm scan. it is swinging down past our south. we have some clear skies out there. it will take some time before the clouds thicken up. a winter advisory is in effect for howard, fauquier. it is west of the metro area. it kicks in at 1:00 tonight. clouds will thicken up. we may see some snow after lunch. most will switch over to rein in the d.c. area. it will
Univision
Feb 3, 2010 6:00pm EST
, quedese en la casa y disfrute los regalos que nos da la madre naturaleza. en washington, maria rosa lucchini univision. buenas tardes.....se ta invernal del mes de diciembre que fue una de las mas grandes de esta temporada ...pues esta tormenta que se espera para el viernes y sabado sera la tercera mas grande para nuestra region ....esperamos acumulacion de mas de 12 pulgadas ....en algunas areas prodrian alcanzar las 20 pulgadas ...y el centro de la tormenta invernal justamente de acuerdo al servicio nacional de meteorologia sera la capital del pais ...esta tormenta estara afectando lo que es el norte de virginia, washington , baltimore y desplazandose hacia el noreste ..por lo que el trafico sera casi imposible para el sabado. .....se espera acumulacion de mas de 2 pulgadas por hora ...para que tengan en cuenta la magnitud de lo que sera esta nevada.....mas adelante les tendre mas informacion en nuestro segmento del tiempo en otras informaciones de la jornada... el censo recibe otro importante impulso esta vez es un importante actor que quiere que los joven
NBC
Feb 17, 2010 5:00am EST
delay. prince george's, anne arundel, howard and washington counties, charles county schools are on a one-hour delay. >>> in west virginia, berkeley, jefferson, min ram and morgan county schools are all closed. hardy county schools are on a two-hour delay. >>> meteorologist tom kierein is in the storm center with the latest on the forecast. >> it's wicked winter of '09-'10 continues with snowshowers now coming down from the north and will be with us from time to time. right now on radar we are getting a little light snow in northern montgomery county and western houk. that stretches into frederick county maryland, washington county, maryland, along interstate 70 and to the east of 270. elsewhere it's partly cloudy to mostly cloudy now. it's cold. temperatures are in the upper 20s to mid 20s in many locations, although low 20s in prince george's county, and the temperatures now in the eastern shore from lewis, delaware, down to ocean city, in the upper 20s and out in the mountains it's just near 20 degrees where they have winter storm warnings. looks like they could get several more in
Univision
Feb 14, 2010 8:30am EST
lo hablaremos en el estudio. hoy en agenda washington. estaremos hablando sobre la violencia domestico e intrafamiliar. >>> es usted víctima de está grave situación en su hogar? >>> sabe dónde buscar ayuda. >>> lo hablaremos en el estudio agenda washington. laudcio y bienvenidos a agenda washington le habla mario sol. >>> la violencia domestico es uno de los grandes problema de nuestro sociedad. >>> según estadístico es la mayor causa de lesiones y muerto entre las mujeres de los estados unidos. desafortunado la desa tifngente confirmar que violencia domestico entre intrafamiliar es una actuación común en los hogares estadounidense. >>> lo que significa un grf problema de carácter social legal y salud público. >>> seguro el departamento de salud y servicio social las mujeres representan el 85 % de víctima y quienes sostienen que cada año 4, 8 millones de mujer son víctima de vi violación y bs físico y aunque afectado son les mujeres niños incluso hombres también sufren consecuenciaáz de abuso doá:ico e infra familiar. >>> entre manifestación común son niv
FOX News
Feb 2, 2010 4:00pm EST
offensive to us that washington says they have to spend $3.8 trillion on a federal budget. >> one you were cutting there, i was researching to be ready for you. that was a fairly across the board cut. you didn't pick out a tiny slice and say that's where i'm going to cut on nondiscretionary programs. that was a tough political pill to swallow but nevertheless, you and a lot of democratic colleagues were doing the same. what do you think of the fact washington picks and chooses budget fights? >> well i wish i had more flexibility but the fact is our state law doesn't allow flexibility after a certain point. after you cut everybody a certain amount you have to cut the same from there up. it's the magnitude that -- that washington doesn't get. i mean there's nowhere in the world it says that a real spending cut can't take place in washington. families are doing it every day. businesses are doing it every day. even states are doing it every day. sometimes the states are cutting billions and billions of dollars and as i say, 10%, 15% in some categories even 20%. so we think washington, instead
ABC
Feb 10, 2010 5:00pm EST
day. the blizzard warnings expire at 7:00. from washington, northeast to baltimore and the their side, the blizzard warning will extend until 10:00 p.m. because of the extra snow and gusty wind reducing visibility. temperatures stay cold. we just leave you wh a little mention of the snowfall accumulation totals. 12 inches of leesburg, 10 inches of charles county, almost 12 hyattsville, 15 inches gaithersburg, 22 inches north of baltimore city. that is the latest. >> ordinarily, it would be painful to watch the snow totals, but we got the record. >>> now that the snow is easing up and slowing down, some people may think to head out on the road. >> that is not a good idea brad bell has a look at the conditions. >> it depends on how big the road is. this is the beltway, the outer loop. for the most part, you can see the markings. it is wet pavement. it is still, however, absolutely miserable, but nothing compared what we saw earlier. >> the warnings had not been overstated. watched this video. visibility on the roads disappeared without warning. >> it is so thick out here, can't see noth
MSNBC
Feb 10, 2010 7:00pm EST
points? >>> hardball is next. >>> snow 40, washington 0. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in snowy washington. leading off tonight, frozen stiff. we have snow in washington. what is missing from this picture is a snowplow. how come the country's capital can't clear its streets? is this giant snow a metaphor for a government frozen in its tracks. funny words from ben gellis who compares republicans who threaten health care to dixiecrats of the past. >>> when john boehner told president obama he should scrap plans for key efforts like health care. the president shot back you just want to kill all these bills. will tough talk get things done? three years ago today president obama announced his candidacy. dealing with change and improving america's image around the world. how is it going to? in the "politics fix." the anti-science, anti-climate change crowd is trying to make the case that the recent snowy weather proves that global warming isn't a fact. we'll get to that in the "sideshow" where it belongs. the blizzard on the east coast. winter of our discontent
ABC
Feb 4, 2010 5:00am EST
national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i am and julie parker. >> and i am alison starling. thank you for joining us. note snow for us today. we have a few late starts for some local schools. -- no snow today. here is the latest list. is that it? yes. that is the list. >>> your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. lisa baden is standing by. here is brian van de graaff. >> we're watching and those poor kids, they will go until school until august. look at this area of low pressure. it is dragging all of this moisture. it will be coming up the eastern seaboard as we head into friday and saturday. that will be our next winter storm. we are in the 30's. 33 in bowie. we will see plenty of sunshine today. temperatures in the low '40's. a winter storm watch goes into effect tomorrow morning through saturday. a significant winter event with totals that could rival the december 19 storm. travel will be disrupted. it will start tomorrow at midday and it will run through saturday
ABC
Feb 19, 2010 5:00am EST
and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good friday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. brian will have complete details on a new storm. we still have closings and delays from the last round. we begin in maryland. >>> 5:01. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> lisa baden is standing by with the latest on the traffic seen. we start with brian. >> if we could tell you exactly today, we would be rich. we would have a secret formula. we will see a mix and leading towards the rain in sight. it is still a couple of days away. 30 this morning. low 40's today. a bit of a breeze. sunshine and it will feel almost mild. >> it is so disappointing. we still haven't snowbanks to talk about. we also have refreezing, anything that melted yesterday is certainly frozen. 395 northbound before the 14th street bridge, somebody spun out on some ice. traffic passed to state to the ice. the eastbound freeway is closed after the exit. everybody northbound 395 after the third street tunnel is forced
NBC
Feb 3, 2010 5:00am EST
in washington. many of the roads are wet this morning and kind of slushy. here is the view from space. over the last six hours we've seen the storm rapidly move to the north and east. it could be affecting travel up and down the atlantic seaboard from new york city into southern new england, there may be minor flight delays. high pressure coming back today bringing back sun and milder temperatures. a lot of melting and standing water from the snow quickly melting today. more melting tomorrow, too, with lots of sunshine. morning low ins the mid 20s. we may have patchy ice tomorrow morning. a lot of melting tomorrow afternoon. a major storm developing for friday afternoon and evening into saturday. we could get heavy snow. highs on friday before the snow arrives in the mid 30s, then below freezing once the snow starts. it's going to stick and it will be with us all the way through much of saturday before it ends saturday afternoon and evening. highs only near 30 on saturday. it's going to be around for a while. jerry, somehow the wednesday traffic? >> volumewise obviously lighter
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2010 6:00pm EST
-brainer for the republicans. they just want to vote by monday and show that washington can actually work together. >> bottom line is this, this is a good faith offering on the democratic side. we are inviting our friends on the republican side to join us. bring your best ideas forward. let's put these on the floor and move on them with a sense of urgency. >> a number of things they have talked about here today were talked about in the republican caucus yesterday. i would hope we can continue to move forward on a change on a bipartisan basis. we are going to do that if we can. we say about jobs as we have said about health care, we have said about energy, we have said about everything we have worked on the past year, we want to work with republicans and it appears to me on the jobs program, they want to work with us. >> have you ever seen a party with 59 votes or 57 or 55 votes just do everything they possibly can to work with the minority party? now, the republicans don't have to like the package or even vote for it, because as of an hour ago, they now have 41 votes. senator scott brown
FOX News
Feb 15, 2010 5:00pm EST
explain this in a second. because there is a game going on in washington. and it's time it's exposed. and we honor our founders by exposing it. let's follow the constitution. get back to the principles the republic was founded on. we have a lot of work to do. let's go! >> hello, america. it's president's day. it used to be lincoln's birthday or washington's birthday, now it's just president's day. i mean, what does that mean anymore? it's the day i remember used to go into a cherry pie eating contest. the good old days. when things made sense. when we -- you know what? when we cared about things like who the next contestant would be voted off survivor island. that wasn't too long ago. before 9/11. or we'd check our 401(k) balance. you know, more and more, those days are long gone. we can't sit on our couch and just eat doritos. i mean, we can. at least your choice. now it's still your choice. but if you choose not to get involved in this time, where the leaders set us on an unsustainable path, well, what are you going to do? it seems like there is nothing to do anymore. that'
NBC
Feb 7, 2010 6:00am EST
very, very cold indeed. 17 degrees now here at the friendly peacock in northeast washington, 18 in manassas and warrenton, martinsburg 16 degrees, hagerstown 12, even southern maryland didn't escape the cold 19 degrees now down towards hollywood, maryland. current wind chills are in the single digits, above zero. expect a cold start. great snow pictures. what does it look like at your house? that's what it looks like in my backyard. that's my lonely barbecue grill. our forecast for your sunday, temperatures will climb but only a little bit later on this afternoon up to about 29 degrees, even with full sunshine. the sun comes up at 7:08. the days are getting longer, get some bonus sunlight. temperatures will stay below freezing firmly today and a lot of refreezing again overnight tonight temperatures will go back down, colder, i think, tomorrow morning than we are this morning. so, be ready for a slushy day and a hard refreeze. >> a lot of pictures of lawn furniture. >> great one. we have picnic tables that are buckling under the snow. i'll get to those. >> anks. look forward to it.
MSNBC
Feb 6, 2010 10:00am EST
>>> new this hour on "msnbc saturday," a blizzard buries the washington, d.c., area, paralyzing the nation's capital. we're live as the snow keeps on coming. >>> airport travelers stranded in whiteout conditions. the latest flight cancellations and what this means for those traveling by train as well. >>> plus, as the storm heads north, how bad will it get? we'll get the very latest from the weather channel. good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. 10:00 a.m. on the east coast, 7:00 a.m. out west. >>> we'll have all those stories, plus, security at the super bowl is getting stepped up. we have a live report from miami. >>> meantime, widespread power outages are affecting over 250,000 people in southern new jersey, delaware, pennsylvania and the d.c. area. meantime, airports have canceled flights. amtrak has suspended services and churches have called off weekend worship as officials advise people to just stay home. we're also seeing hundreds of accidents out there on the roads and at least two deaths reported as a result in virginia. we have got all the angles of this massive storm co
FOX News
Feb 10, 2010 4:00pm EST
washington, d.c. that are not going to repeat the mistakes. we need to send pique people to washington, d.c. to stand up to this agenda and offer a clear alternative. >> a lot of people say this is the tea party at work, you claim to be more conservative than charles crist when you're going for the republican -- the gop versus the democrats, so you're saying you're further right? go ahead. >> i say i'm the only candidate in the race that will going to washington, d.c., stand up to the awe agenda and offer a clear alternative that isn't very complicated. why can't they start and make the bush tax cuts permanent. lower the corporate tax rate from 35 to 25%. lower the capital gains tax and tax on dividends. that alone would estimate the economy more than the spending has done. >> now, mr. christ said you probably would have taken stimulus money. would you? >> that's a false choice. a year ago at this time there was a debate going on in america about what to do to estimate the economy. republicans in washington were saying cut taxes in a meaningful way to encourage job creatator
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